In October 2011, a group of mothers, fathers, friends, family and individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders took on the challenge of a lifetime to raise awareness and money for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs).
The group walked the famous Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea, battling challenging weather conditions over a ten day walk as they treked 96 kilometres overland.
Money raised will go to the 1000 Book Campaign, which aims to add 1000 resources to the Autism Library so that individuals, families and professionals can access valuable information and resources in a central location.
Autism Victoria trading as Amaze aims to have the biggest Autism-specific library in the Southern Hemisphere, and the money raised by the Kokoda Trekkers will help us reach this goal.
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